Residents in Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners District 1 will get a chance to hear from the candidates vying to be their district commissioner later this month.
Jack's Tavern recently released renderings and site photos for the restaurant, which will be located at the SouthLawn development in Lawrenceville. The restaurant is owned by Willie Degel, who also owns Uncle Jack's Meat House.
International water technology company Siemens is joining Gwinnett County's The Water Tower center for water innovation, research and development and training in Buford.
Peachtree Corners is teaming up with an international technology innovation company to roll out a new artificial intelligence-based smart city management system.
Former BrandBank CEO Bartow Morgan Jr. is leading a group of investors who is buying Georgia Banking Company with plans to expand its footprint in the north metro area.
ATLANTA — Initial unemployment claims in Georgia fell below 100,000 last week for the sixth week in a row, the state Department of Labor reported Thursday.
Partnership Gwinnett is kicking off its new five-year growth strategy effort — the fourth such effort in the history of the economic development organization — and it is soliciting input from the community.
The cause of an explosion and fire that engulfed a pallet of acetylene-filled cylinders and damaged part of a loading dock area at a Lawrenceville business is under investigation, according to Gwinnett County fire officials.
The Jackson EMC Foundation board of directors awarded a total $67,400 in grants during its August meeting, including $15,000 to organizations serving Gwinnett County.
The fact that the U.S. has been in the grips of a global pandemic for much of 2020 hasn't helped efforts to redevelop the former Olympic Tennis Center site in south Gwinnett, according to county commission Chairwoman Charlotte Nash.
A leading answering service company is expanding its footprint in Gwinnett County with new offices in the Sugarloaf Community Improvement District, officials at Partnership Gwinnett announced on Tuesday.
A pandemic, an economic downturn and a reassessment of what really matters to us is resulting in a massive shifting of careers. Many are using this pandemic as an opportunity to pivot industries, learn new skills, or even start a business.
Duluth-based Georgia United Credit Union and Atlanta-based Delta Community Credit Union were recently named recipients of League of Southeastern Credit Unions statewide awards.
Georgia saw strong enough economic growth over the past year despite the devastating COVID-19 pandemic to land recognition as the top state in the country to do business per an industry magazine, Gov. Brian Kemp announced Tuesday.
ATLANTA — Georgia Power residential customers will receive an estimated $12 credit on their bills next month under a resolution the state Public Service Commission approved unanimously Tuesday.
Standing in front of the new Amazon fulfillment center in south Gwinnett on Tuesday, Gov. Brian Kemp and officials from the online retail giant announced the opening of the center — which is the first robotics fulfillment center in Georgia.
Highlighting “bold” women in the Gwinnett business community, the Gwinnett Chamber handed out its annual Moxie Awards last week.
A virtual summit is being planned for next month to teach Gwinnettians what they should, and should not do to stay safe during the COVID-19 novel coronavirus disease pandemic.
It's that kind of vein of past developments, such as the Western Electric Plant or Technology Park, that Gwinnett County Commission Chairwoman Charlotte Nash sees the Rowen research park project fitting into: a transformative project that will have an impact on the county that will be felt for decades.
Organizations are filled with untapped potential, undermined by the thousands of small slights that erode the confidence of anyone who doesn’t “fit in.” This is costly to everyone because when people aren’t confident, they’re not fully present and they don’t contribute as well as they could.
The lodge handed out book bags and school supplies to about 80 children in need on Saturday at the Shoe Carnival at 875 Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road in Lawrenceville.
You can find lots of stuff online by visiting Amazon's website — including information about jobs with the online retail giant.
ATLANTA — Initial unemployment claims in Georgia fell below 100,000 last week for the fifth week in a row, the state Department of Labor reported Thursday.
A health care staffing company is moving its national headquarters from Tucker to Peachtree Corners, and it's bringing 400 jobs with it.
Officials from the county and the Rowen Foundation expect it will generate an estimated 18,500 jobs in the next 15 years and eventually as many as 100,000 jobs in the long-term.
The Lawrenceville City Council entered into an agreement with the city’s Downtown Development Authority to purchase an extended stay hotel in the city on Monday.
More than 100,000 US small businesses have shuttered since the onset of the pandemic in March. As the threat of more closures piles on, we’re becoming more conscious of our spending habits. Many of us, including me, are asking: How can I support small and local business owners?
ATLANTA — A new public-private partnership will lead efforts to make Georgia the technology capital of the East Coast, Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan announced Monday.
Holli Morgan is only 11 years old, but she’s already a skilled seamstress. As summer plans and activities became limited due to the pandemic, she decided to take advantage of the free time and help others through her sewing.
The Gwinnett Chamber's Board of Directors has voted to endorse passage of the referendum that will appear on Gwinnett ballots in November.
Gwinnett County’s business leaders are encouraging the county’s voters to support an education special purpose local option sales tax referendum that will appear on the general election ballot this fall.
With U.S. and Korean flags standing behind them, officials from the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce and the Korean-American Chamber of Commerce of Atlanta-Georgia formally agreed to work together to on programs and other efforts designed to help businesses in the county on Thursday.
ATLANTA - First-time unemployment claims in Georgia fell by 11,053 last week to 73,931, the state Department of Labor reported Thursday.
Twenty-five new jobs are coming to Gwinnett County following the announcement that an air filtration solutions manufacturer is expanding with a move to new facility in unincorporated Duluth.
Lawrenceville resident will soon notice something different about one block on the Lawrenceville Square: sidewalk dining in front two of the square's popular restaurants.
Do not count Dr. Rich McCormick among the people who think Congress should extend special additional unemployment benefits that were established to provide temporary relief for workers laid off because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Taco Mac announced it opened its first new location since 2017 on Monday in former Olde Towne Tavern and Grille site located at 835 Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road.
For her efforts in responding to the scene last fall, Wilson — who has been employed by the Gwinnett County Police Department for nearly five years — received the Gwinnett Chamber's Gold Medal of Valor Award during a luncheon at the Infinite Energy Forum on Tuesday.
Gwinnett County is planning to open a new entrepreneurship center, designed to help small businesses grow, in a former pre-school facility in Lawrenceville.
CarMax is making a big push to hire 230 new workers for its Customer Experience Center in Peachtree Corners.
ATLANTA — Initial unemployment claims in Georgia fell slightly last week, but the state paid out more in jobless benefits than during the last three years combined.
Five area high school students, including two from Gwinnett County, have recently been selected as Student Leaders and have started paid internships for Bank of America.
Two members of the Gwinnett Place Community Improvement District Board of Directors were recently re-elected to new terms on the board.
The economy will not come back quickly or easily from the impact created by the COVID-19 novel coronavirus pandemic, according to the head of the Georgia Tech Enterprise Innovation Institute's Center for Economic Development Services.